Campania Organic Foods is a branch of Campania-Foods Inc. and was specifically started as an outlet for organic producers of the region of Campania to export their products. Here you will find Italian organic producers of the region representing several production fields: wine, cheese, oil, pasta, fruit and vegetables, as well as many other products typical of the production of Campania.
Campania Organic Foods imports and distributes the products of their producers specifically in the US market and we insure the quality of the products as by:
CEE regulation 2092/91 – At present, organic farming operators can opt to place the EU logo on their produce; from 1st January 2010 it will become compulsory. The advantage of using the EU logo is that consumers in any Member State can easily recognise organic produce, regardless of where it comes from.
USDA NOP regulation: Organic production is a system that is managed in accordance with the Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA) of 1990 (PDF) and regulations in Title 7, Part 205 of the Code of Federal Regulations to respond to site-specific conditions by integrating cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. The National Organic Program (NOP) develops, implements, and administers national production, handling, and labeling standards.
The EU organic farming logo offers consumers’ confidence about the origins and qualities of their food and drink and its presence on any product ensures compliance with the EU organic farming Regulation.
From July 2010 the EU organic logo is obligatory for all organic pre-packaged food products within the European Union. It is also possible to use the logo on a voluntary basis for non pre-packaged organic goods produced within the EU or any organic products imported from third countries.
Organic farming is a sector of European agriculture which has seen a constant growth in recent years. Through this website the European Commission provides all interested citizens with information on how organic farming contributes to the protection of our natural resources, to biodiversity and animal welfare, and how it helps in the development of rural areas. You can use this website as a point of entry to find out about all aspects of the EU’s organic farming policy and download information material such as brochures and flyers. Latest news and upcoming events are listed in a dedicated section of the website. Whether you are a professional in the food sector, a farmer, a school teacher or an interested consumer – we invite you to browse our website and we hope it will provide you with the information you are looking for.
Did you know that consumers prefer “natural” more than “organic?” To find out what retailers, manufacturers and farmers can do to counter this misconception, watch this lively discussion with Todd Runestad, of Functional Ingredients magazine, Nancy Coulter-Parker, director New Hope Natural Media and Anna Soref, editor-in-chief of Natural Foods Merchandiser magazine.